With all PHP topics, nothing counts more than their practical application. This is why thePHP.cc once again offers a highly interactive and practical training right before ConFoo. Based on their own specific needs and questions, the attendees decide on the topics that are covered. They experience the development of new code at first hand, following their own agendas rather than those of the three trainers.

With a twinkle in their eyes and a dash of fun, Sebastian Bergmann, Arne Blankerts, and Stefan Priebsch explain development methods and tools, present trends and concepts, and perform joint code review sessions. This is efficient learning in a relaxed environment.

Topics covered include development best practices, object-oriented programming, design patterns, web application architecture, security, software quality and testing. All three trainers will be present at all times, so attendees have an unparalleled level of access to top-notch PHP expertise.

This training gives answers to every question you ever had about PHP and software development with PHP. Attendees should bring their own code and as many questions as they have.

Take advantage of this uniquely intense form of knowledge transfer at an unbeatable cost-to-benefit ratio!


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The training session was very very good. The 'do-it-live' approach used by the presenters in conveying fundamental concepts relating to design patterns, high performance/scalable architecture, testing and web security are quite intriguing - I did enjoy every bit of it. I also like the interaction amongst the presenters to expose important issues to the audience - this approach seems to convey messages quite effectively.

I will recommend this training (if it's available again next year) to any savvy PHP programmer interested in knowledge about real OOP in 'enterprise' PHP development.

Highly recommend this session (as well as these presenters if you ever get a chance to attend one of their sessions). The training was just what I needed to fix some of the problems in my development approaches. Test Driven development, factory design pattern, autoloader and testing tools were the keys for me. I am eager to take what I learned home and evangelize.

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Anonymous at 08:36 on 13 Mar 2012

Personally, i didn't like the approach used by the presenters. For me, they look like 3 guys that needs to fill 2 days on PHP concepts. The worst part was when they were arguing on something like how to put the braces in the code.

I wouldn't go to this training next year.